This 1950s copper windowsill planter has a scalloped rim and is decorated with a dimensional brass rose or flower on the front. It's a rounded oblong shape, measuring 10" long by 3-1/4" wide by 2-1/2 inches high. The exterior shined up nicely, but there's still a little verdigris inside from use. I got quite a bit out with an SOS pad but didn't want to scratch the finish so I stopped short of removing it all. A few water spots remain on the front, easily removed with copper polish. I couldn't find any markings but I suspect it was made by Coppercraft Guild.